With the solar eclipse happening Monday, many of our homecare patients in Denver are looking forward to the event. Though some may not be able to make it to Wyoming or the other surrounding areas, we hope many people are able to see it online. Technology has given many people the ability to experience this event, when without it they may not have been able to.
Watch Monday’s Solar Eclipse From Your Home
There’s a way to follow the historic event even if you’re not in its path
Watch Monday’s Solar Eclipse From Your Home There’s a way to follow the historic event even if you’re not in its path Excited about Monday’s solar eclipse, but don’t live in the path of full visibility that includes places like Redmond, Ore., or Knoxville, Tenn.? Not to worry! Technology has improved tremendously over the 38 years since the moon last completely obscured the sun over the contiguous United States. This means you’ll be able to enjoy an immersive eclipse experience from your living room or online. Here are a few of your available options. The Weather Channel begins its coverage Monday at 6 a.m. ET with reporters around the country — and beyond. For example, the network will partner with Royal Caribbean to show the eclipse from a cruise ship in the Atlantic Ocean. It will also be aboard a chartered Alaska Airlines plane to film the event from 35,000 feet in the air. Online, the Weather Channel has teamed up with Twitter to live stream the event, which you can view at eclipse2017.twitter.com. You also can submit content by tweeting with the hashtag #Eclipse2017. CNN will start its coverage at 1 p.m. ET with a live show hosted by science correspondent Rachel Crane and former astronaut Mark Kelly. Online — at cnn.com/eclipse and on CNN’s mobile apps and its Facebook Live page — you can view livestream broadcasts from five locations in stunning 4K high-definition. And if you have a virtual reality headset, you’re in luck. You can view a 360-degree stream through your device.
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